Alisson and Ederson have changed goalkeeping says Aaron Ramsdale

Ederson and Alisson have changed the position indefinitely states Bournemouth keeper Aaron Ramsdale and England U21.
Young goalkeepers now need to expect to be as great as midfielders as soon as it comes to their skill on the ball they will not triumph in the Premier League, according to Ramsdale.
And also the 21-year-old, who has started all of Bournemouth’s league matches to date this season, puts this down to Manchester and Liverpool City stoppers.
“The way the game is moving now, it’s just totally different,” he states.
“You have got the two in the top – Allison and Ederson, who are probably out there in their at the side of the game. Jordan [Pickford] isn’t a 1 for England, his passing ability is similar to a midfielder and it’s a pass, it is not just a kick.
“The amount of times he sets up attacks for Everton and England is why he’s in the team now.”
As he attempted to play from the back Leicester striker Jamie Vardy on Saturday caught on the ball ramsdale. It won’t alter, although he states he should learn the lessons from that.
“I think after the initial one I have to have maybe learned my lesson,” he clarifies.
“Song – we would like to try and play out at Bournemouth, and notably at England. I am not doing my work if each time I get the ball I boot it up the pitch.
“If we want to play this way, certain times you are going to get caught from it. It is not, and how frequently you’ll be able to prevent that mistake concede out of it.
“I could possibly try to rush up myself a bit, but [Vardy] is one of the best in the business at doing that style of football. Hopefully we will see less of these kind of events, and it won’t cost us goals”
Ramsdale believes being described as a’great shot-stopper’ is seen from the modern goalkeeper as almost a gripe:”First and foremost however, you do still have to try and keep the ball from the net”.
At age 21, he’s seen the challenge of Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, that yesterday joined Qarabag at Azerbaijan on loan for the remainder of this season .
It is a massive increase for Ramsdale, who spent last year in AFC Wimbledon on loan, assisting them escape relegation from League One.
The excitement is apparent in his face. “It is one I can’t believe, I’m still pinching myself about it to, be honest.
“It’s one where I thought I’d not get there so soon, however I supported myself to become the No 1. I am not there yet – yes, I’ve started the first four games, but I’m still a very long way from getting that.
“It doesn’t mean it’s mine for the season – that I have to keep impressing the manager, my team-mates and the lovers.”
So far this year, he’s already come up at the Premier League from Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and Vardy.
“Off the pitch, attempting to get your head round it, watching clips of these strikers, thinking’I will be playing these strikers at the weekend!” , it’s difficult. But I take it in my pace. In case you proceed through matches thinking’Oh my God! That’s Aguero!’ , then you are paying them respect.
“I have to attempt to forget about that, believe I’m there for a reason, and also help the team out.”
Ramsdale a Part of the England U21 team who face two Qualifiers followed by Kosovo in Hull.

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